We strive to bring you viable, good sized, reasonably priced seed. Unlike other companies, we sell our garlic by the pound, not by the bulb or the ounce. We are so confident that you will be satisfied with our garlic that if any heads you receive do not meet your standard, you can return un-cracked bulbs for a refund, excluding shipping costs. You must notify us of any problems within 3 days of receipt, so it is important that you inspect your entire garlic shipment upon arrival. Please read our Nursery Stock Limited Replacement Guarantee and our Limitation of Remedy here.
I've grow this variety several times in my raised beds with great success. Since it is a porcelain variety, it has all the health benefits of Music. It is also a variety that produces very large cloves, making it easier to work with in the kitchen. It is a bold and spicy garlic, one that only a true garlic lover appreciates. Since it is a hard neck variety, we've had enough from one crop store very well and provide ~9 months of garlic for the household.Review by Jarad (on 8/4/13)
I live in southern California tried to grow garlic for the first time this spring. I planted 3 varieties of garlic: California Early, California Late and this Georgian variety. I chose it last on a whim and am glad I did because both the Early and Late would not grow at all in my raised bed. Georgian Fire Garlic picked up the slack and we got a bumper crop of large clove and intensely flavored garlic. If you live south of the Central Valley and want to try growing garlic this would not be a bad variety to start with.Review by Jason B (on 8/21/11)